Saturday 25th April 2020
Home to the world’s most diverse collection of living plants and a scientific research centre of international renown, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is the perfect day out.
Discover beautiful glasshouses including the iconic Palm House and its exotic rainforest; the Princess of Wales Conservatory which invites you to explore 10 of the world’s climatic zones; and the Waterlily House with its amazing, giant lily pads.
Visitors of all ages love the 59ft (18m) high Treetop Walkway, which soars into the tree canopy offering a bird’s-eye view of the gardens. Enjoy a stroll along the Great Broad Walk Borders, home to more than 60,000 plants, and step into history at Kew Palace, the former summer residence of King George III.
- Agius Evolution Garden
- Great Broad Walk Borders
- Rock Garden
- Bamboo Garden and Minka House
- Mediterranean Garden and King William’s Temple
…and much, much more.